Inflatable Kayaks and Boats

Written by Andrew Constantine


Learn More About Inflatable Boats and Kayaks - They're Easy On The Wallet

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How to make candles

Written by Jennifer Hall


Making homemade candles can be a fun hobby, whether making them as gifts or for yourself to enjoy. Candle making usually requires some experimentation, but when you discover how to make those perfect candles, itís well worthrepparttar effort.

There are a few basic supplies needed for making most candles:

wax wicks mold or containers wax melter candle making thermometer fragrances dyes putty for molds

First decide on a wax you would like to start with, there are three different kinds to choose from: paraffin wax, soy wax, and beeswax. Paraffin wax is most commonly used in candles, this wax is found at most candle making stores. Soy wax is all natural, made from soybeans, and cleans up easily with soap and water. Beeswax is all natural too, and making beeswax candles is often easiest because you simply wrap a sheet of beeswax tightly around a wick then seal it with your thumb, which means no melting is required.

To begin, spread newspapers aroundrepparttar 116126 candle making area. First you melt your paraffin or soy wax and it must be double-boiled. Usually you place a large pot that is about half-filled with water on a burner over low-medium heat, place a melter inrepparttar 116127 water, then gradually place wax pieces intorepparttar 116128 melter. Whenrepparttar 116129 wax has melted, you can add coloring or fragrance as desired.

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